Manipulating chromatin loops to regulate genes may offer future treatments for blood diseases

| June 26, 2012
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In exploring how proteins interact with crucial DNA sequences to regulate gene activity, researchers have shed light on key biological events that may eventually be manipulated to provide new disease treatments.
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